Vendors

Cream rises to the top and so do our wonderful Member-Vendor Businesses. Check back here in the future to see what our 2020 Vendors have to offer.

EPFM would not be possible without our Member-Vendors and the high quality goods they bring to market. Our vendors offer the region’s freshest food, finest products and highest quality services.

2020 Current Approved Vendors

2020 Map

Vendor Guidelines
Vendor Application

COVID-19 Week 10 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 8 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 9 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 8 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 7 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 6 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 5 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 4 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 3 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 2 Safety Plan
COVID-19 Week 1 Safety Plan

Seattle—King County Public Health Department Farmers Markets
Seattle—King County Public Health Department Farmers Market COVID 19 Plan Requirements

WSDA Cottage Food Law

WSDA Bridging the GAPs

From Public Health–Seattle & King County (July 2):

In addition to packaged food, produce and bouquets of flowers, farmers markets can now add non-food retail vendors i.e., crafters at their markets.

A hand wash station must be set up in the retail vendor’s booth and also follow the Governor’s Phase II Guidelines for retail.

If retail vendors allow customers to try on personal items i.e., jewelry, clothes etc., customers must sanitize or wash their hands at the retail vendor booth before handling the item. If not purchased, the item must be sanitized or removed from the sales area for 24 hours. The customer contact/fitting room area must be sanitized after each customer.